Situated on the former Naval Air Station Alameda, Leeward at Alameda Point offers residents a contemporary lifestyle, direct access to San Francisco
Alameda, Calif. (March 5, 2020) — Trumark Homes, a national award-winning California homebuilder, today announced its waterfront community, Leeward at Alameda Point, is now open for presales. Redeveloped on a historic naval base on the island of Alameda, Leeward at Alameda Point features 64 two- and three-story townhomes ranging from 1,700 to 2,500 square feet with two to four bedrooms and 2.5 to 3.5 bathrooms. A key amenity of the community – the new Seaplane Lagoon Ferry Terminal – will provide residents with ferry service between Alameda Point and San Francisco in 20 minutes.
“Leeward at Alameda Point epitomizes Trumark’s commitment to building quality, contemporary homes in vibrant communities that match the interests of our buyers,” said Tony Bosowski, Northern California Division President at Trumark Homes. “We handpicked this property as a chance to create something modern and innovative, to meld past and present and to ultimately provide future residents the modernity, creativity and attractive location that makes a home a worthwhile investment in the long run.”
Priced in the upper $900,000s, Leeward at Alameda Point features myriad options to fit homebuyers’ specific needs. Each home includes enlarged conversational kitchen islands, 10-foot high ceilings, environmentally sustainable design features and rooftop decks on select plans. To preserve the historical integrity of the naval base, each home integrates modern design with key elements of the base’s original warehouse architecture, to give each home a unique, neoclassic flair that differentiates Alameda Point from other communities in the area.
Located on Alameda Point overlooking the Bay Bridge and San Francisco skyline, Leeward is conveniently positioned close to popular Bay Area attractions, nightlife and entertainment, including Robert W. Crown Memorial State Beach, breweries, wineries, restaurants, shopping centers and public parks.
Leeward at Alameda Point is opening during optimal market conditions in the Bay Area. According to BIA’s 2020 Outlook, national new home sales were up 32% last quarter, suggesting that 2020 is shaping up to be a favorable year for homebuilders and developers. Alameda Point is one of Trumark’s six new communities in Northern California. SP78, located in San Jose, is currently closing in on final sales, while the company’s premier age-qualified community, Origin at The Collective in Manteca, is experiencing consistent sales and is the first residential community to receive a WELL Certification™. Three communities in Newark, Danville and Sunnyvale are slated to commence sales in Spring of 2020. Recently, Trumark Homes announced it entered into an agreement with Japan-based Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd. In Jan. 2020, Daiwa House USA acquired 60% of the equity interest in Trumark and will commit to further developing the business.
Trumark’s Leeward community is part of a larger redevelopment plan by Alameda Point Partners whose vision is to transform the 68-acre property into a landmark that combines mixes uses, including commercial, residential, open space, recreational and retail.
About Trumark Homes
With over 30 years of trusted experience and recent recognition as 2019 Developer of the Year by Builder and Developer and 2018 Builder of the Year by Professional Builder, the Trumark Group of Companies is a diversified real estate development and builder that includes: Trumark Communities, a master planned community developer; Trumark Homes, a next generation homebuilder; Trumark Commercial, which builds, leases and sells commercial buildings; and Trumark Urban, a vertically integrated residential developer focused on core urban neighborhoods.